share the burden of ---
'Under a work sharing system, all the employees have to share the burden of cost cutting.'
I'd like to replace 'share the burden of ' with a simpler expression.
Is 'bear cost cutting' OK?
Is 'endure cost cutting' correct?
Re: share the burden of ---
With your phrases, you have omitted the idea of 'sharing'. A little simpler is 'share the load of', 'bear their share of'.
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